The UK’s exit from the European Union is causing some disruption in the country, especially due to manpower shortages. For example, the shortage of butchers, like Sophie Hope, frustrates pig farmers who have no way to get them out.
“It was a struggle, I will not lie. It was some sleepless nights and anxious days. There are so many pigs on the farm, there is nowhere else to keep them” …
Excess on farms and shortage in supermarkets. There may be a shortage of pork in British cuisine.
Breeders are asking the Boris Johnson government to take action.
“The biggest problem is here now. In fact, it’s been developing for months and we’re at a critical juncture now., Opinion polls.
Sophie Hope wants to see Europeans granted emergency visas – with the skills needed to solve the problem.
The crisis also affected another business of this breeder: poultry production.
Their chickens – which lay fertilized eggs – are for farmers who raise chickens for consumption, but the supply chain has stalled. That means thousands of eggs were wasted.
“I employ 20 people here. They work very hard. In the early morning, they work hard to entertain these birds, so they produce a lot of eggs – and they collect them all.” The creator agrees.
Euronews journalist Luke Hanrahan reports “One of the reasons these sectors are severely affected by the shortage of migrant workers from the European Union is because of the rapid growth of these animals. Livestock and lamb farmers will also begin to struggle with the shortage of migrant carnivores from the EU.”
The British government announced that it was working closely with various sectors to address the country’s labor shortage crisis.
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